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Visit to the Royal Alcazar:

El Real Alcázar de Sevilla

  • Brief description: the Royal Alcazar is a set of palace buildings which construction began in the Early Middle Ages. Contains multiple overlapping styles, from the Islamic art of its first inhabitants to the Mudejar and Gothic styles of the period following the conquest of the city by Castilian troops, not to mention the Renaissance and Baroque features of subsequent renovations. The premises were traditionally used as a place of lodging for members of the Spanish royal family and heads of state visiting the city. It was declared a World Heritage Site along with the Cathedral and General Archive of the Indies in 1987. Among its buildings and areas, the most noteworthy are the Palacio Mudéjar (Mudejar Palace) and the Jardín de la Danza (Garden of the Dance).
  • Cost: 9.50€.
  • Length of visit: 1hour.
  • Hours: open every day from October to March from 09:30 to 17:00, and from April to September from 09:30 to 19:00. 
  • How to get there: on foot from the Cathedral, crossing Plaza del Triunfo, it's in the back.